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Online Masterclasses

Our current Covid-19 world requires our work, social interactions, shopping, learning, etc. to be carried out as much they can be in the virtual space. With most of our programs now offered online, in a live format but to a focused group of audiences, we have decided to have a few of our courses provided in an ‘on-demand’ basis that came with a learners’ freedom of a self-paced learning to be taken place in any place and at any time.

In the light of this, the Center offers the following four courses:

Leaders in Crisis: Insights and Lessons from History

by Professor Moshik Temkin,
Harvard University

Adaptive Leadership

by Samuel Kim,
Founding President, CALI

Moral Leadership

by Professor Ken Winston,
Harvard University

Authentic Leadership

by Professor Dana Born,
Harvard University

The CALI Online Masterclasses Difference

Harvard Faculty, Content and Learning Experiences

Similar courses are currently taught at Harvard. You will be able to enjoy the very similar experiences as others currently enrolled at Harvard.

Interactive & Beyond the Classroom Learning Opportunities

40% of the time spent on learning requires interacting with others, exchanging ideas, offering input, and seeking out perspectives and feedback.

Global & Industry-Wide Network-Building Opportunities

A community of learners are gathered from all corners of the world, coming with diverse industry, social, and cultural backgrounds. You will receive ample opportunities to connect.

Bite-Sized Content & Application-Focused Approaches

Each session is broken down into 5- to 25-minute lessons with an option to re-watch at any time. Short lectures will be always accompanied by ‘comprehension,’ and ‘application’ questionnaires for the learners to think, reflect, and articulate the lessons learned.

Live Q&A Session with the Teaching Faculty & Peer-Feedback Sessions

Once every week, learners engage live with the teaching faculty to ask burning questions, be invited into a debate, and exchange insights and reflections. Learners themselves will engage in a healthy and robust discussion with one another, providing feedback.

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